In todays camp report we talk to Frank Catalanotto about his experience at the World Baseball Classic. In our news and quotes section we spotlight A.J. Burnett, and the changes he is trying to make at camp with pitching coach Brad Arnsberg. We also find out why Josh Towers was told to make the bus ride to Winter Haven and not stay back home to pitch on Tuesday, and much more.
March 14, 2006
In today's spring training notes we focus in on Josh Towers' outstanding outing on Thursday. In other news Jason Phillips continues to swing a hot bat, Justin Speier was back on the mound, Reed Johnson took a step toward getting back on the field, and more players were reassigned to minor league camp.
March 10, 2006
When it comes down to the pitching for the Toronto Blue Jays, few questions remain as spring training has begun. Not only is the starting rotation set, but so is the bullpen. Players like Dustin McGowan, and Shaun Marcum will likely begin the season at Triple-A, as is the case with veterans Ben Weber and James Baldwin.
February 21, 2006
The Toronto Blue Jays will finish off August and begin the month of September against the Baltimore Orioles. However, their ace will not see any action. In this edition of the Blue Jays Inside Pitch Report we look further into the injury, and also take a look at Gustavo Chacin, Ted Lilly, Dustin McGowan and the Jays catching situation.
August 29, 2005
BRONX, N.Y. – The New York Yankees would get a solo home run from Hideki Matsui and a bases loaded RBI single from Felix Escalona against Miguel Batista in the bottom of the ninth to come from behind and beat the Toronto Blue Jays 5-4 Tuesday night in New York.
August 24, 2005
In the first edition of the Blue Jays Inside Pitch report, we give you a free preview of what is to come every week. In today's edition we note why you should not count out the Blue Jays just yet and focus in a little more on the Jays pitching staff.
August 22, 2005
ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) - Josh Towers credited his teammates' stellar defense for his latest win. A couple of timely hits also helped. Orlando Hudson and Vernon Wells broke open a tie game with consecutive RBI singles, and were among four different Toronto players who made diving catches in the first three innings to help Towers and the Blue Jays beat the Los Angeles Angels 4-1 Wednesday night.
August 18, 2005